February 18, 2024Republic Lifestyle Desk

Bored Of Daily Ramen? Other Varieties Of Noodles To Try

Somen: It is originally made with rice flour but it was then replaced with wheat. The dough is bent and twisted to improve the texture.

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Shirataki: This is a low-calorie noodle option. Thin-looking, translucent yam flour noodles have minimal calories and carbohydrates.

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These are brown-colored Japanese noodles that are mostly made from buckwheat. To many’s surprise, these are also full of protein and fiber, making it a very healthy choice.

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Udon: Made of wheat flour, these are again a Japanese delicacy, which are flat and white. These are available in a variety of shapes.

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Kelp: Originated in Korea, Kelp noodles are a must-try for anyone on a gluten-free or keto diet. The noodles are made from the inside layer of seaweed.

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